Liam first earned a full-time Reds contract in 2011 while still just 17 years of age and in the nine appearances he made during his debut season of Super Rugby in 2011, the young flanker always impressed. Liam also demonstrated enormous leadership qualities for a player of his age and was given the honour of captaining the Australian Under 20s at the 2012 Junior World Championships in South Africa, in his third campaign.
In 2012 Gill missed the Wallabies June Test window due to the Australia Under 20 selection, he later became Australia’s 861st Test representative later in the year when he made his national debut against the All Blacks in Auckland.
The match didn’t go the way of the Wallabies but Liam flashed enough of his brilliance to remain a permanent fixture in the matchday squad throughout the remainder of the Rugby Championship.
Gill developed a reputation for his exceptional work rate and consistency and remained on the fringes of the Wallabies test squad.
In the years that followed Gill continued to perform for the Queensland Reds, but the exciting flanker was in the right place at the wrong time, when it came to international rugby, had to fight for his spot in the Wallaby side with the likes of David Pocock, George Smith and Michael Hooper all ahead of him in the pecking order.
Gill has made 15 appearances for the Wallabies, all of the bench. In 2016 Gill announced that he would be joining French side Toulon ahead of the 2016/17 Top 14 season.
In June 2017, Wallaby flanker Gill joined Lyon on one-year deal for the 2017/18 season with the option of a second year.
As of the 2018/2019 Champions Cup, Gill has had 5 European Cups appearances scoring 1 try.
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